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, hong kong's hang seng is currently down .25%. the shanghai key index for major blue chips is down 0.4%. and in shenzhen the sse composite is also down half a percent. >>> the u.s. government has filed complaints against china at the world trade organization. they claim china protects its financial services market from competition and criticized its tariffs on steel products. the u.s. commerce department submitted their cases to the wto on wednesday. the u.s. claims china lets domestic firms operate a virtual monopoly in financial services like electronic processing of credit card payments. that's despite china's promise four years ago to open up the market to foreign companies. the other case targets china's additional tariffs on some steel exports, which beijing says prevents foreign steelmakers from dumping cheaper products on the mainland. the u.s. says the terrorists are blocking their steel exports to china. the two sides will hold talks for 60 days. if they fail to reach an agreement, the wto will handle the dispute. sources say the move comes as washington tries to take a tou
tourists from hong kong died in a case yet -- in a chaotic rescue. investigators say there is a strong possibility some were killed by friendly fire. our correspondent reports. >> this was when it all began to go wrong. police commandos moved in to try to rescue tourists from hong kong held hostage by a gunman armed with an assault rifle. they tried to smash their way in. they beat a hasty -- hasty retreat under fire, trying again when the hijacker was shot dead. the entire saga was broadcast on live television. by the time it was over, eight hostages were dead. under intense pressure, the philippines government launched an inquiry. ballistics experts brought in from hong kong to help. the philippines police said the victims had all been killed by the hijacker. the evidence seems to suggest that some might have been accidentally shot by the police themselves. >> there were shot that came from afar. not all came from the snipers. we know where the snipers were. >> the inquiry has not reached a final conclusion yet. the president today made clear that anyone who has failed in their dutie
combined ancestory a chinese mother from hong kong and japanese father from hawaii gave her a unique asspect much the language of threads, dreaming water and others. please, help me welcome gale sukiama. [applause] >> so that means if you have read the book you will not be buying the book? [laughter]. i'm always feel a little embarrassed because i looked back and i kept think thanksgiving book was published in 1993 who wants to hear about it now? i feel honored that we call it those in the know or good friends of mine call at this time energizer bunny. it's the book that somehow kept going all these yeersz. i will tell you up front it was a book i thought that may be they wouldn't publish. my very first book was women of the silk. i knew that i was writing about something that was a little bit different because i didn't know about the women of the silk until i wanted to write something telling their story much the second book is the test book for us writers you hear that a lot where the publishers are wondering if the author has a second book. everybody here i feel sitting here all
has sparked more protests. activists in hong kong tried to stage a sit-in at the japanese consulate. johnson reports. -- jonathan johnson reports. >> where is this intensive diplomatic standoff headed? for these activists in hong kong, it was the japanese consulate. their demands are related to the chinese fishing boat captain who has been held in captivity since october 7. this marathon said it is to request japan to immediately release the ship captain. his fate is the subject of a decades-old tussle over an archipelago in the east china sea. the group of eight uninhabited islands, and taiwan also claims the territory. >> this latest round started when this chinese scholar ranted two japanese coast vessels near the island. 14 vessels arrived back of the island after being released, and early on, they are set to join them, but the damage has already spread beyond the vote. they did counsel talks with tokyo over the area's boiling gas reserves. now, reports in the japanese media suggest that the bilateral summit at next week was the general assembly is also under threat. that is why
. the philippines government launched an inquiry very good ballistic experts brought in from hong kong to health. initially, philippines police said the victim could be killed by the hijacker, but the evidence said some may have been accidentally shot by the police themselves. >> not all came from the snipers. we know where the snipers were. >> the inquiry has not reached its final conclusion, but the president said anyone found to have failed in duties would be held to account. answering questions put to him by a panel of a journalist, the president talked about the strain the incident had placed on relations with hong kong, saying some criticism had been insulting, but he promised he and his administration would learn from the mistakes. >> we can prevent this from happening again. >> it has been a testing time for a new president who came to power promising to restore law and order >> mozambique is still reeling from last year. they forced an official u-turn as well. the government has agreed it will subsidize the price of bread. mozambique is one of the poorest countries in the world. after y
on relations with hong kong, saying some criticism had been insulting, but he promised he and his administration would learn from the mistakes. >> we can prevent this from happening again. >> it has been a testing time for a new president who came to power promising to restore law and order >> mozambique is still reeling from last year. they forced an official u-turn as well. the government has agreed it will subsidize the price of bread. mozambique is one of the poorest countries in the world. after years of flood and drought, they are heavily reliant on wheat and imports. >> mozambicans trying to salvage a little pride. they are celebrating victory gave. the consequences have been deadly police opened fire last week. these are the poorest people in an already poor country, angry at the rise in the price of bread. the government backtrack to hold prices down. 90% of the week in this thread is important. when international price shocks hit commodities, the effects are dramatically multiplied. most wheat is driven across the border from south africa. his meager salary remains the s
. activists in hong kong tried to stage a sit-in at the japanese consulate as they demanded his release. jonathan joseph's had this report. >> where is this intense diplomatic standoff heading? it was the japanese consulate. they are demanding the release of a chinese fishing boat captain who has been held in japanese custody since september 7. this marathon sedan is to request japan to immediately release our country pose a ship captain. his fate is the subject of a decade-old tussle over an archipelago in east china sea. the group of eight islands are claimed by both japan and china. taiwan also is a claim to the territory, whose ownership has been disputed ever since japan's defeat in world war ii. the latest fight started when this caller rammed two japanese vessels near the island. 14 crew members arrived in china on monday after they were released from custody, and early on wednesday, the vessel johnson, but the damage has already spread beyond the boat, staging council talks with tokyo over the area's oil and gas resource, which were set for last week, and now reports that the me
to uva papat, chief economist at cantor fitzgerald capital markets in hong kong. >> well, so far the results are non-existent, really. the issue has been around for many years, and the chinese position has remained pretty much the same. >> reporter: parpart says china does not show any signs of budging on its currency stance. >> i think from a chinese standpoint the currency is a monetary policy tool and it can be used like any other monetary policy tool. the best thing that china could do on occasion is to appreciate the currency to prevent imported inflation from taking place. and i think if there's any reason why they would ever appreciate the yuan faster is if that concern becomes very significant. >> reporter: at the meeting with wen jiabao u.s. president obama further pressured china to immediately revalue the yuan, saying if china doesn't take action the u.s. has other means of protecting its trade interests. but parpart points out it's difficult to change the trade situation by just a currency policy shift. >> on the export front i know of no case in history where the app
to fujian of china. already bringing showers in hong kong, 32 degrees in hong kong today. thundershowers in taipei as well, 32 here, and looking much, much cooler up in seoul, 22 for your daytime high. now let's head to north america, drenching downpours continue to affect texas, flooding was reported in some of the parts of texas, and again we're seeing these remnants of hermine which continue to really pound the southern areas here from texas, oklahoma, even up into the lower midwest as well, so we've got flood warnings in place for a wide area. a separate system to the northeast is making its way into eastern canada. we've got drenching downpours forecast for you. it's going to be quite windy out here and also the cold air ushering from the north will be dropping temperatures dramatically up in the northeastern corner. looking quite chilly and windy as well out towards the west. we do have red flag warnings in place across the central rockies, and then this low pressure system moving through is going to be dumping lots of rain, it's looking quite severe as well as that storm system he
are still mixed. here's how one specialist in hong kong on asian macro economic trends looks at this development. >> but what it does is it just strikes the -- to the heart of the matter, that here in asia the dynamics of economic growth are changing. >> kirby daley, senior strategist, says the impact is already visible. he points out that the recent data show china has become the biggest trading partner for many asian countries. >> it's very difficult for japan at this time, and the reason is japan's fiscal situation that the government has gotten itself into is really a mess. japan's economy, the domestic economy, is having a hard time getting going with domestic consumption and its dependence on exports to the west is something what it has no control over. it has no power over. >> reporter: some say the change symbolizes not only china's rise but also a shift in the global economic and even political landscape. but daley is cautious, noting that japan's per capita gdp is still more than ten times china's, which is $3,600. he also says china faces other problems. >> the rea
obligation in many u.s. states, south korea and hong kong. >> thanks very much. >>> nhk reporter. >>> a japanese bank that mainly lends to filed for bankruptcy on friday. the failure will lead to the first implementation of a law that caps government guarantees on deposit paybacks. the ceiling is set at just below $120,000 for each deposit holder. >> the incubator bank of japan is now in the process of liquidation. debts are expected to exceed assets more than $2 billion. loans that cannot be paid back by borrowers weighed down on the bank's finances. the former chairman was arrested in july for allegedly obstructing an audit by the financial authorities. the investigation lead to a complete review of the bank's books, and resulted in the discovery of its huge debt. the cap on the deposit guarantees went into effect five years ago, but so far no cases of paybacks have occurred. incue banker bank customers will become some of the first ones to lose principal and interest if they exeed the limit. to prepare for refunds the bank will operate at 16 of its branches on monday. >>> let'
that ended with eight hong kong tourists being killed. the report says senior police officials did not obey an order by president benigno aquino and made other serious errors. the sight-seeing bus was hijacked in august by a former policeman armed with guns. police officers stormed the bus and shot him, but in the rescue operation, eight hong kong tourists were killed. the philippine government set up an in-house panel to examine the rescue and released part of the report on monday. the panel says the failure in freeing the hostages came from assigning inexperienced policemen to negotiate. it also mentioned a lack of effort to gather information about the mental state of the hostage-taker. the report also says president aquino ordered the best national police unit to be sent, but senior police officials put responsibility in the hands of police at the site. as a result, it took a long time to carry out the rescue operation. president aquino says he is considering punishing senior police and government officials who handled the incident. >>> a freight train slammed into an express train stop
. have been to china, hong kong, macao, and taiwan, and many restaurants where the children have not so many problems about healthy of syria -- about healthy. why only the usa or send francisco the children get on how of it, -- unhealthy. i think education is the problem, not made donald syria and -- not make donald. -- mcdonald's. mcdonald's is not the problem. the parents get their food from mcdonald's and not from their -- sorry about that. it is not the problem how. also the problem is education. >> thank you spirited -- thank you. >> i wanted him to respond to some of the marks being made. thank you so much for being here. i think it is a fact that americans are not eating as many vegetables as they should. but does not mean we should not be taking many more efforts to try to move in that direction. she said few of the males would meet those standards. i would assume it is much greater at this point. it is an apples and oranges comparison. >> to explain what you mean by that. >> the survey that the doctor did? >> it is a survey of dietary histories and not what was in the play. a n
it stand now? >> well, they are still doing and as a result we have moved to hong kong. and hong kong is not subject to that law because it's, remember it's one country, two systems so by moving to hong kong, the censorship is done by the chinese government through something called the great firewall of china which exists between hong kong and the mainland. in that, it forces them, if you will, to implement their policies as opposed to us. >> rose: is that working for you as an alternative. >> the effect is it blunts our success in china. and if fact it was important for us to get this business licence which we were able to get renewed, thank goodness otherwise we wouldn't be able to operate in china as a whole. but there is no question that it has slowed down our penetration to the chinese market. as with you would imagine, there was also a lot of negative press. >> and how did that go in terms of, it made people not necessarily want to use google search? >> i am sure it was to the good for google's brand. >> it already had a majority share. and-- it was probably the significant vic
,860. the s&p rose 10 points and the nasdaq added 54. in tokyo the nikkei rose 130 points while in hong kong the hang seng jumped to 121. >>> the dow on track for its best september since 1954. the big question will this month's surge continue for a fourth straight week. the answer lies which way the economic data swings. 'll get an update on consumer confidence and spending and a fresh look at home prices. auto data seams for september is also due and should be a little higher this month. coming up on thursday, wall street will get another reading on just how much the economy grew in the second quarter with another look at gross domestic product. >>> treasury secretary tim geithner will be meeting for the first time this week. the goal will be to find ways for fiscal responsibility and financial reform. >>> hyundai has issued a voluntary recall of 140,000 sedan over potential steering issues. >>> asian license insurance will turn a profit of at least $30 billion this fiscal year. ai gi is spir aig is spinning off its balance to help with the bail out. >>> a deal could close as early as toda
. we have signatures from across the country. from canada, taiwan, indonesia, china, and hong kong. we have signatures of our neighbors and members of the local chinatown association organization that has a 150-year history in the audience tonight. we have a 97-year-old lady in the audience tonight to see if we improve. >> happy birthday. [applause] >> in the audience tonight are members of the public to support 605 kearny street, and i would like to thank them all and ask them to stand up to be acknowledged. commissioner garcia: maybe we need to see who was against it. it's seems like everybody stood up. >> thank you. san francisco is a great city with great people and a great government. the government believes in protecting our property rights and the rights of our citizens. when the project is finished, we will gladly pay the increased property tax. the business and local sales tax revenue will help the city. we are living in tough economic times. i hope the board will please support the request to proceed with this project. it will be a great addition to chinatown and to san franc
government plans to improve the living conditions of workers, in a special economic zone bordering hong kong. he made the comment at a ceremony to mark the 30th anniversary of the foundation of the special economic zone on monday. the district was designated in 1980 as the first special economic zone in china to accept foreign investment. >>> hu stressed that a reform and open door policy led to the economic development of china. hu also said the government will establish a system for companies and workers to share benefits and create better working conditions for workers who are from the country's rural areas. >>> in china a widening economic gap is becoming a problem after the country has achieved rapid economic development over the 30 years since the introduction of special economic zones. >>> stleefd a key word. up until now, the manufacturing industry had been using 3-d for manufacturing products. but now they're looking to increase productivity and at the same time cut hots. >> reporter: hitachi construction industry is one of japan's leading manufacturers. the company uses three-dimen
in manila. 31 in hong kong. 24 degrees in tokyo on the cool side. likely seeing showers continuing through the morning. as for the americas, still very active system here in the eastern part of the united states, producing quite a bit of rainfall as well as some stormy conditions. we are hearing of some stronger storms developing in areas around virginia. the rest of the united states, again today, fine and dry. a little bit of showers moving into western sections of canada. but otherwise, really fine, clear skies. plenty of sunshine, although almost too much for the southwest. very, very hot conditions continui again on tuesday. expecting highs of u to 38 in sacren. in las vega thenossi gti up to0 ranslate tosenditions if you arn at ss,ooking adry.owing up. ref 30 rstie thd-aren t fedisthhe99baad tswsp 
, the nikkei add 5d 1 points, in hong kong, the hang seng rose 102. >>> is far, every day has been a winner on wall street in the month of september. but depending on today's job number, that all could change very quickly. as with wednesday's gains, yesterday the data came thanks to positive data. investors nervously await the all-important august report on employment. economists expect the monthly report will show a jobs market remains weak with a slight uptick in unemployment since july. a separate report ahead of today's august figures showed new claims for employment fell for a second straight week, slightly below forecast, but well above levels that indicate a healthy economy. data from the national association of relate realtors shows that pending home sales rose unexpectedly in july, boosting stock in home builders like hovnanian which climbed more man 5%. >>> chip maker shares rose for a second day with broadcom leading the way up over 9% in that session. that's the best two-day stretch in over a year. back-to-school season was good for retailers as that sector posted better than ex
:00 p.m. in hong kong and midday in london, headquarters of the oil giant bp. it is releasing the results of its own investigation of the explosion of the gulf of mexico rig that killed 11 workers and led to america's worst ever oil spill. one thing is clear -- it will not be the last word on the matter. >> originally some feared bp's reporting might exonerate the company entirely. in fact, the report admits some blame does attached to bp. it will give the inquiry reasonable credibility on both sides of the atlantic. one area of focus is the communication between the company and its contractors, particularly trans ocean, operator of the rig. >> this is a case between the operator and the drilling company at all the other contractors. those interfaces have to be handled more effectively. it is often in those interfaces were problems occur. >> the report was designed to answer, among other things, what led to the failure of the steel casing lighting the well. it allowed gas and oil to leak. why test failed to identify the leak and the fact that oil and gas or wood -- moving up.
while in hong kong the hang seng edged up 6. >>> this week, wall street investors will be hoping some kind of boost from the federal reserve will provide a turning point for markets mired in uncertainty. what steps, if any, will fed chief ben bernanke and company take to help jump-start the struggling economic recovery when they meet tuesday on interest rates? they could lower rates or make other moves to stimulate the economy. but with recent upbeat data, including stronger than expected private sector job growth, most analysts don't expect major moves. still, positive comments alone could spark market confidence. >>> it's a big week ahead for readings on the state of the nation's housing market. new and existing home sales, along with new home construction, are expected to rise but look for both permits for future home construction and home prices to fall. >>> this week we'll also get quarterly earnings reports from companies such as bed, bath & beyond, discover financial, nike, and general mills. speaking of, general mills, the company refused to comment sunday on a report it's con
points, but in hong kong the hang seng rose 46. >>> a business all-star who recently fell from grace over sexual allegations has resurfaced as a competitor. or kl has hired former hewlett-packard ceo mark hurd in its efforts to muscle in on more of hp's turf. oracle and hp had been long-time partners but with last year's purchase of sun my crow systems they became direct competitors. >>> in other executive years david weston, tv's longest serving network news chief told the staff monday he's resigning and will leave by the end of the year. >>> elseware air products has boosted to bieft by almost $5.5 billion but it will walk away if air grass shareholders don't elect its board slate and approve its by law proposals. the world trade organization will issue its long awaited opinion on europe's challenge to american government subsidies for boeing next week. it is the latest chapter in a long running dispute between boeing and rival airbus over multibillion dollar subsidies. both sides have filed complaints with the wto. >>> and the euro is back in play and falling after "wall street journal
in hong kong, the hang seng climbed 384. >>> investors saying so long to summer, trying to figure out what direction the american economy is headed in. traders breathed a big sigh of relief friday after highly anticipated job figures showed the economy lost 54,000 jobs last month, much less than most analysts expected. while unemployment rose to 9.6%, the private sector created 67,000 new jobs, which together with last week's upbeat manufacturing news justified at least a little modest optimism. jobs will take center stage again this week with the weekly report on first time jobless claims, which has fallen for two weeks in a row, and the job openings and labor turnover survey which shows what sectors are hiring. also center stage this week, president obama and his plans for jump-starting the economy. he's promised to unveil a new package of job creation measures designed to stimulate even more hiring. one feature expected, business tax credits. >>> elsewhere, the fed's beige book is out wednesday. that's the federal reserve's monthly survey of economic conditions around the nation. that w
in hong kong, the hang seng lost 34. >>> investors, look on the bright side of mixed economic data yesterday for the proof that predicting where the markets are heading these days is a tracky business. traders set aside weak manufacturing data out of new york state, focusing instead on a second straight month of growth in u.s. industrial production. this afternoon, investors will have an eye on earnings with reports due out from oracle and research in motion. overseas, japanese officials did not step in to keep its currency trading lower for a second day. the bank of japan's surprise intervention wednesday drove the yen sharply lower and the u.s. dollar more than 3% higher. here in the u.s., the semi sector was dealt a blow by a downgrade to chipmaker micron technology. micron shares shed 4.5%. meanwhile, mastercard shares shot up 5% after the company predicted a 20% rise in income for 2010. elsewhere, a healthy earnings outlook from kraft foods pushed its shares to a new high for the year. >>> the world trade organization is condemning the u.s. for paying, quote, massive subsidies
, this morning in tokyo the nikkei fell 7 points. while in hong kong, the hang seng lost 34. >>> investors, look on the bright side of mixed economic data yesterday, and it's all further proof that predicting where the markets are heading these days is a tricky business. traders set aside weak manufacturing data out of new york state, focusing instead on a second straight month of growth in u.s. industrial production. this afternoon, investors will have an eye on earnings with reports due out from oracle and research in motion. overseas, japanese officials did not step in to keep its currency trading lower for a second day. the bank of japan's surprise intervention wednesday drove the yen sharply lower and the u.s. dollar more than 3% higher. here in the u.s., the semi sector was dealt a blow by a downgrade to chipmaker micron technology. micron shares shed 4.5%. meanwhile, mastercard shares shot up 5% after the company predicted a 20% rise in income for 2010. elsewhere, a healthy earnings outlook from kraft foods pushed its shares to a new high for the year. >>> the world trade organization is
. asian markets got a bounce. japan's nikkei shot up more than one percent, and hong kong's hang seng was also higher. this week wall street gets a fresh report on manufacturing, consumer confidence and personal income. last week, stocks surged on new signs of strength in the economy. the dow added almost 2.5%, while the nasdaq tacked on nearly 3%. >>> that makes four straight weeks of gains for the market. the best run-up since april. the major indexes are all up nearly 10% for the month. if the rally holds, it would be the best september for stocks since 1939. >>> 140,000 hyundai sonatas recalled because of a steering defect. the recall affects 2011 models built from last december and this month. owners of affected vehicles can go to their dealers for inspection. there have been no crashes or injuries reported. >>> this bud's for you and this week, it might be free. budweiser is launching a new marketing campaign this week to appeal to younger drinkers, giving away free beers at bars and restaurants. the brand is trying to reshape its image after sales fell almost 10% this year. >>>
, but in hong kong, the hang se added 45. >>> investors put faith in the fed yesterday and placed their betts on the bond market. traders took the central bank's boost that it could step up its bond purchasing progr down the road. meanwhile, gold prices hit yet another report high. elsewhere in metals, alcoa surchblged 5% helping the dow jau set the day's losses. tech stocks took a beating after adobe systems plued 19% in the wake of a weak revenue forecast. microsoft shares took a hit after the company said it would up its quarterly dividend f the first time in two years, but apparently not as much as some had expected. >>> this morning's "wall street journal" warns blockbust video could warrant protection in a deal to keep some stores open. >>> a month after starbuck's said it would absorb the high cost of coffee, up to a 13-year high, it says it will raise the priet price of larger and more expensive drinks. >>> facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is donated $100 million to help improve new york, new jers newa jersey schools. he comes in at number 35 on the list ts year of the 400 richest america
. this is one of the things he a strong bond. he can leverage his amazing contacts in china, hong kong, and india. in that sense, everyone is one to win. >> there's always been a patchy record. >> given his style, his approach, and his contacts, it's better for them the many of the others will try to join. >> the french president is facing a showdown with a great trade unions this tuesday as thousand prepared to march against plans to raise the minimum retirement age from 60 to 62. services of schools and government offices are expected to be a disruptive. french unions are expecting nearly two million people to take to the streets. french trains were the first to be affected. commuters were pretty much taking it in stride. >> there's a problem with pensions and that is everyone's problems. it's not to be resolved and everyone knows it. it's the case in many countries in europe. on top of that, they're stopping us from going to work tomorrow. i'm not a big fan. >> in my job, i probably will not get a pension in any case. it will not change much for me. i'm happy people are protesting.
worries about european debt. japan's nikkei dropped nearly 2rs while hong kong's hang seng was also down. >>> today, wall street gets the latest measure of how much the economy is growing and a look at the weekly jobless claim numbers on wednesday, the wednesday, stocks took a Ñi breather from their september rally. the dow slipped almost 23 points, while the nasdaq gave back three. >>> fed chairman bernanke delivers an update on financial reform on capitol hill later today. although the set of new rules was passed in july, congress left most details to a team of regulators, headed by treasury secretary timothy geithner. the rule writing just under way has drawn intense lobbying from the financial industry and some critics worry the new laws won't have enough bite.Ñi >>> the foreclosure crisis continues to drag down home prices.xd according to reality trac, 24% of homes solid last quarter were in foreclosure, that's up 5% from the first quarter of the year. the average price of these properties was more than 26 "%low the average price of seizure. nevada, arizona, and california were es
points while in hong kong the hang seng dropped 20. >>> dollar took another dip thanks to speculation over stimulus from the fed. investors convinced the federal reserve will pour more money into the economy. they backed away from the greenback sending it to a new low against a basket of other currencies. traders bought up safe bets pushing the price of gold to another fresh high above $1300 an ounce. >>> energy stocks got a boost and bucked the downward trend after news of dwindling inventories fueled a rise in the price of crude. lawmaker advanced a bill that would allow the u.s. to tax goods exported from china in response to the recent decision to keep its currency artificially low against the dollar. today chinese officials called it a breach of world trade organization policy. >>> according to a new industry report, nearly one in every four homes sold in the second quarter was a foreclosed home. adding to the nation's foreclosure mess, jpmorgan chase announced yesterday it will freeze foreclosures in about half the country over paperwork flaws. experts warn it's a problem that c
dropped 24. taking a look at over seas trading in tokyo the nikkei sank 220 points while in hong kong the hang seng sank 312. traders returning to wall street yesterday were immediately feared with weakness to european banks which led to an unexpected down day. "wall street journal" report that major lenders across the pond understated potentially risky holdings in government debt gave investors a reason to sell after strong gains last week, wall street's best in the past two months. most analysts took the hit in stride pointing to yesterday's light volume which tends to exaggerate market moves. still others saw reason for concern, particularly with so-called safe haven stock alternatives like treasuries and gold jumping. gold rose to an all-time high settling the $1, $259 a month. oracle was up after hiring mark hurd former high pressure as co-pret. meanwhile high pressure sued hurd asking to block him from oracle saying hiring him puts trade secrets in, quiet, peril. u.s. steel shares rose 4%. bristol-myers squibb says it will by biotech. boeing announcing it's slimming down its equ
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